Pupils’ curiosity trail

Birdwell Primary School pupils with their clay items for the trail

Birdwell Primary School pupils with their clay items for the trail - Credit: supplied

A CURIOSITY trail complete with unique clay creations has been set up in Long Ashton.

Birdwell Primary School pupils with their clay items for the trail

Birdwell Primary School pupils with their clay items for the trail - Credit: supplied

The clay items have been made by pupils in years one and two at Birdwell Primary School and have been placed in various shops, churches and village buildings.

The trail has been created as part of the children’s studies of the fossil hunter, Mary Anning, and trail maps have been sold in return for a donation to charity.

A window display about the trail has also been created by the proprietors of The Little Tipple sweet shop and off license, featuring their own research into Mary Anning.


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